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Short Perennials for Your Landscape

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Short Perennials for Your Landscape perennials for landscaping ~ Design Build PlannersShort perennials are a blessing to any landscaper: they help cover areas where you’d be left with nothing but plain grass otherwise; places that are too small to plant anything else, typically along borders or walkways. Any bed of prized roses can benefit from the accents brought by small perennials surrounding it, without taking away any of its majestic beauty. When they hear about perennials, most people think about lilies and lavender, and that’s about everything, so here are more options to spice up your landscape. Continue reading

Fall Landscaping for Your NJ Home

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Fall Landscaping for Your NJ Home Landscaping for Your NJ Home (7)With fall comes a furry of home improvement activity for all home owners who take great pride in their homes. This includes their landscapes. Fall is ideal for outdoor home improvement projects. From creating a new patio, to setting up a new raised veggie garden for spring planting, there’s no limit to what you should do this fall in the landscape. Here are some ideas you can do this fall for your New Jersey fall landscaping project. Continue reading

6 Things a Contractor and Homeowner Should Discuss BEFORE a Remodeling Project, But Rarely Do

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Major home remodeling is in full swing.  Home values are on the rise, interest rates remain low, and lending institutions have several options to make your dream project a reality.  When choosing a remodeler to build your dream, you will discuss many aspects about the project and the company.  However, the items that are seldom discussed can be the most important, affecting not only your remodeling experience, but the outcome of the project.  Here is a small list that should be openly discussed. Continue reading